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This practice report shares the experiences of on-campus students enrolled in their second or third year of undergraduate business studies at Charles Sturt University, Australia as they moved to online study during the COVID-19 shutdowns. It details both the barriers and enablers to successful study the students identified. Barriers included loss o...
This case study explores how participation in affordable and accessible collective community marketing events such as Farmers’ markets, combined with the effective use of social media, can assist rural microbusinesses to prosper and grow. Farmers’ markets provide emerging ventures with an established marketplace, an existing customer base, an endur...
This research is a qualitative exploration of first and second year university students’ experiences of feedback, specifically focused on their expectations and feelings. The data (n = 46) were collected from internal and distance-learning students in their first or second year, who are of lower socio-economic status and first in family to attend....
This paper reports on the findings of a “tertiary stage” intervention initiative conducted by the Faculty of Business at Charles Sturt University targeting “at-risk” primarily distance students. The aim of the intervention was to improve student outcomes for those students who were repeating a subject that they had failed previously via the provisi...
Orientation is often viewed as a one week, one size fits all, one way session for the delivery of information. The focus of this paper is to report on a series of Orientation initiatives in the Faculty of Business which resulted in orientation developing into an ongoing and collaborative process between students and the institution. The aim of the...
This research aims to examine student and employer perceptions toward two forms of accreditation of university business programs i.e. • International accreditation such as AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS • Professional accreditation based on discipline (i.e. accounting, marketing, HR, finance) The research aims to capture these stakeholder perceptions toward accreditation, the value they place on accreditation as a marker of quality and or graduate employability and any additional benefits they may associate with accreditation. Such information will then be used to guide decision making processes in relation to accreditation for business courses at Charles Sturt University and could be useful to external stakeholders to inform similar decision making.